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Sam W
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That sounds like a good plan.

Also, am I correct in assuming you had pants on (it sounds like it from your initial post)?

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Shiloh2345
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I did but we pulled my pants down to about an inch below where my pubic hair starts to make sure none got down there because I'm crazy so I wanted to check but I didn't know he had touched the shirt that had a lot of semen on it before he had touched me there so he touched my bare public areas and lower stomach with his hand that he got ejaculate on from the shirt
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I meant pubic area like where the top part where the hair is I think it's mons?
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Sam W
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That's still indirect contact with semen. Everything we've said previously about sperm on hands still holds true. We're not going to say anything more than we (and the articles) already have.
What you need to do now is, rather than continuing to fixate on this, take a look at this article and try one or two suggestions from it, and keep that appointment with the counselor:
Self-Care a La Carte

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Okay so I just take that this would be same risk as manual sex like from my other post ?

And thank you I will look at my article and go to the counselor

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Heather
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You have that right.

And for the love of Pete, gal, set a strong limit with your boyfriend NOW to make clear you need all genital contact of any kind OFF the table until you can start getting some help both managing your anxiety, and get help from that same person in figuring out what you need -- and when it will be the right time -- for you to engage in that contact without getting triggered like this.

I do need to set our own limit here, too, being that we have now advised you throughout to stop with this stuff that is triggering you, but you keep deciding to do it anyway.

It's your choice to do that or not, but if you are going to, we need to be done being who you run to every time you do. That just won't help you at all, and it also just isn't a sound use of our time either, okay? Thanks. [Smile]

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